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Researchers Find Genetic Mutation Responsible for Vampirism

Here’s some bad news for Anne Rice. Rather than a rock star vampire, her next book may have to be an interview with a scientist who has proof that biological vampirism is not spread by neck bites but passed from generation to generation by a genetic mutation. What about Dracula? Does this mean that Vlad... Read more »
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